digiKam Recipes 4.9.1 Released

A new release of digiKam Recipes is ready for your reading pleasure. This version features completely revised material on one of the most complicated subjects in digital photography: color management. The completely rewritten Color Management in digiKam recipe now provides an easy-to-understand introduction to key color management concepts and explains how to set up a color-managed workflow in digiKam. The recipe also offers practical advice on calibrating and profiling digital cameras and displays. Elsewhere, the Edit Photos with the Levels and Curves Adjustment Tools recipe has been expanded and updated. By popular demand, the book’s current version number is now shown in the colophon. As always, the new release includes minor updates, fixes and tweaks.


Readers who already purchased the book will receive the new version free of charge. If you haven’t received your copy, please send your order confirmation as proof of purchase to dmpop@linux.com, and I’ll email you the latest version of the book.

Learn more about digiKam Recipes, and buy it via PayPal, Amazon Kindle Store, Google Play Store, and Gumroad.

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3 comments on “digiKam Recipes 4.9.1 Released
  1. Edward G. Howard says:

    I bought Digikam Recepies, as I use Digikam as my main photo enhansing program, and could not get it on to my Linux PC.
    Message I am getting is: “Bandwidth Restricted”.
    I have a OpenMandrivaLX OS in my PC, a Google ChromeBook, a Nexus 7 tablet and a Samsung S5 Mobile, and would like to sync Digikan Recepies with all of them.

    Any suggestions?


    Edward G. Howard
    RLU 224802

    • Dmitri Popov says:

      Hi Edward,

      The problem with bandwidth limit is caused by a spike in downloads because of the new ebook release. The situation should be back to normal soon. If you can’t wait, please contact me directly at dmpop@linux.com, and I’ll give you alternative download links.

      As for keeping the ebook in sync across multiple devices and platforms, you might want to try FBReader (https://fbreader.org/). It runs on different platforms and supports synchronization.


      • Edward G. Howard says:

        Greetings Dimitri,

        Thanks for your prompt reply.
        I have tried again and download it successfully (Great stuff). Will also look into FBReader.
        Thanks for your valued help

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